Hours after the tragic news of Whitney Houston's death, the scams were out. This week, a reminder of what to look for and not to click.
Also, the reports of workers at Foxconn in horrid conditions has outraged many. Now a private non-profit agency has begun investigating, and the picture they paint is very different from the mainstream media.
And are you choking? Is your cell provider putting the squeeze on enthusiastic users?
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: The deliberate regulation of the data transfer rate in a communications system.
Data throttling can be used in any scenario where it is necessary or desirable to limit the amount of data that can be sent or received per unit time. AT&T, Verizon and Sprint all are doing this to unlimited data customers that are in the top 5% of usage on their networks. Sprint is the only network that does not use any form of data throttling (for the moment).
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